History YMMV / TheHundredAndOneDalmatians

23rd Sep '16 8:34:33 PM Chariset
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* TheWoobie: Perdita.

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* TheWoobie: Perdita. She is forcibly separated from her husband; then her puppies disappear, and she runs around looking for them until she collapses in a storm and is nearly run over by passing cars. After she is taken in by the Dearlys as a nurse dog, her milk fails, making her panic that she'll be thrown away. ''Then'' she gets the unenviable task of trying to comfort the family when Pongo and Missis leave to find their children. (But everything turns out okay in the end.)
1st Dec '14 2:39:05 PM ExpectationCallOR
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30th Nov '14 6:40:26 AM Chariset
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* TributeToFido: Dodie Smith's inspiration for the book was her own dalmatian Pongo; naturally, she put him into it as the main character.
4th Jun '14 5:31:28 PM yakko
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* AdaptationDistillation: Those who watched the Disney film aren't aware that it was based on this book.

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* AdaptationDistillation: Those who watched AdaptationDisplacement: The book is not nearly as remembered as the Disney film aren't aware that it was based on this book.version.
26th Jul '13 5:54:19 PM TVRulezAgain
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* CompleteMonster: Cruella is one of the most archetypal in fiction.



* MoralEventHorizon: In-story, Missus claims that biting a human is always this for a dog. Of course, she is perfectly willing to bite Cruella or the Badduns, but she justifies that on the grounds that they aren't really human (and in Cruella's case, at least, she may be right, as the book and a deleted song take the liberty to imply [[MaybeMagicMaybeMundane that her last name might just be meant literally....]])

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* MoralEventHorizon: In-story, Missus claims that biting a human is always this for a dog. Of course, she She is perfectly willing to bite Cruella or the Badduns, but she justifies that on the grounds that they aren't really human (and in Cruella's case, at least, she may be right, as the book and a deleted song take the liberty to imply [[MaybeMagicMaybeMundane that her last name might just be meant literally....]])
26th Jun '13 11:08:00 AM brownmon
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* AdaptationDistillation: Those who watched the Disney film aren't aware that it was based on this book.
24th Apr '13 6:07:18 PM saffronpanther
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* MoralEventHorizon: In-story, Missus claims that biting a human is always this for a dog. Of course, she is perfectly willing to bite Cruella or the Badduns, but she justifies that on the grounds that they aren't really human (and in Cruella's case, at least, she may be right, as the book and a deleted song take the liberty to imply [[MaybeMagicMaybeMundane that her last name might just be meant literally....]])
31st Jul '12 7:42:11 PM Ingonyama
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* CompleteMonster: Cruella is one of the most archetypal in fiction.

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* CompleteMonster: Cruella is one of the most archetypal in fiction.fiction.
* TheWoobie: Perdita.
4th Jul '12 11:41:40 AM JudgeNaragansett
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* CompleteMonster: Cruella is one of the most archetypal in fiction.
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